The acclaimed conductor Seiji Ozawa died Tuesday. For 29 years he was the music director for the Boston Symphony Orchestra. His tenure brought global attention to both the orchestra and to Tanglewood, where Ozawa was once a student.
Concerts to Watch
Join a remarkable musical odyssey with South African vocalist NALEDI as she shares songs from her debut album, BATHO, at the next JazzNOW event from GBH Music and JazzBoston on February 8 in Fraser Performance Studio.
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